No one needs to have every detail to answer the question. I want to run my coolant system after shutdown, that was my question! Obviously, these details have nothing to do with my question. Is there a way to do it or not? If there isn't any way to do it I will build a device to do it. I was hoping some company had already built a shutdown timer that I could simply install but really, this is child's play.
I remember the time I went to the doctor and they tried to weigh me and take my blood pressure and I flipped out at them because it was unrelated to the reason I was visiting there. Oh wait, no I didn't, because I'm not a complete sociopath who is unaware that other people exist.
I know plenty of engineers in varying fields -- and these ones aren't decades behind in their knowledge base -- and I can't imagine any of them reacting well to being simply ordered to do something by some random person. Understanding the totality of a situation, including things the person asking may not think are important, is crucial to any kind of design, any kind of task.
You come here, ask a question, and people asked you questions to get a better understanding of the entirety of the situation. In return, you're condescending, rude, and act with an air of authority that you do not have. You have no right to come here and demand
people answer your questions in the way you prefer; just who do you think you are?
I'd expect someone with your claimed experience and age to have developed an inkling of humility, an ability to interact with other people in a more effective way than a five-year-old told that it's bedtime. Basically all your posts at Tom's Hardware involve you calling someone
stupid. We have engineered a solution for people who are unable to interact with others like functioning, normal, adults: it's called the door. If this is the history of how you act towards others, I'm sure you're quite familiar with it.